Visit an archeological site and learn about the federal occupation of two plantations. Next, explore four picturesque country churches and a one-room schoolhouse, and take a nostalgic tour of the Farmer's Drug Store. Finally, walk the woods with wildlife photographer Joe Topper.

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Allendale, Part 1 - History | Palmetto Places
Allendale, Part 1 - History | Palmetto Places

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Established in 1919, Allendale is South Carolina's youngest county. Bordered by the Salkehatchie River on the east and the Savannah on the west, both the county and the county seat was named for the...
Allendale, Part 2 - Buildings | Palmetto Places
Allendale, Part 2 - Buildings | Palmetto Places

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Roselawn Plantation was built by the Reverend Joseph Alexander Lawton during a five year period from 1835-1840. It is the center of a working plantation which has been maintained and farmed by the...